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Ken Johnson

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  • Rescuers Cut Through Second-Floor Wall To Extract Obese Man

    Rescuers Cut Through Second-Floor Wall To Extract Obese Man
    Suffolk county cops and first responders thought they were answering a call to help a man who had fallen in an upstairs apartment bathroom in Center Moriches but they found much more, including a house with debris stacked almost to the ceiling. They ended...
  • Buena Vista crossing in Burbank to get long-awaited upgrades

    Buena Vista crossing in Burbank to get long-awaited upgrades
    A $3.2-million project for intersection and rail improvements at the rail crossing at Buena Vista and Van Owen streets is scheduled to begin in March after more than five years of trying to accumulate enough funding for the work. The project has been on...
  • Taco Bell to stay on Magnolia

    After an almost three-hour debate, the City Council on Tuesday effectively nixed a new Taco Bell at the intersection of Burbank Boulevard and Buena Vista Street, citing traffic safety concerns tied to a proposed drive-through on the site. The...
  • New U.S. census numbers herald a greater Latino presence in the Chicago area

    New U.S. census numbers herald a greater Latino presence in the Chicago area
    New U.S. census figures herald a future where Spanish is more likely to be heard inside classrooms and everything from politics to fashion and food will be executed with a Latin flair. After a steady increase of Latinos in the area due to births and...
  • White House deal with drug firms draws flak

    An $80-billion deal with the drug industry that the White House thought would add momentum to its campaign for national healthcare reform has instead provoked a political tempest, frustrating and bewildering some of the president's most important allies....
  • In the long run, all that ash can be a good thing

    In the long run, all that ash can be a good thing
    Volcano ash can wreck jet engines, poison freshwater lakes and damage lungs. But it helps fertilize oceans, volcano researchers and marine chemists say. "The ocean is gonna be happier" because of the Iceland eruption, said Ken Johnson, senior scientist...
  • Illuminating experience

    Imagine buying a new house with ceiling lights in some rooms, wall lights in the bathrooms and a pair of outdoor fixtures flanking the front door. Sounds like a Spartan lighting plan? That was the norm just 20 years ago, when lighting was an afterthought...
  • 2007 All-Metro Football Team - Offense

    Player of the Year: Tavon Austin, Dunbar Perhaps the area's most exciting player, Austin is The Sun's Offensive Player of the Year a second straight season. The junior running back with 4.4 speed in the 40-yard dash already has more career touchdowns...
  • Labor Day Ends the High Tide of Lake Businesses

    Labor Day Ends the High Tide of Lake Businesses
    Big Daddy's Café is a little restaurant on Grapevine Lake. It has loyal customers with a hearty appetite for the family atmosphere and what is described as fantastic food. Customer Ken Johnson, who eats there up to three times a week, recommends,...
  • Football: First, second team offense

    CODY BLUE Wilde Lake, lineman Blue was a standout on both sides of the football for the No. 12 Wildecats (10-3), who advanced to the Class 3A state semifinals. Committed to the University of Maryland, the 6-foot-5, 280-pound senior two-way tackle...
  • White House health-care deal: Tempest

     
    by Tom Hamburger An $80-billion deal with the drug industry that the White House thought would add momentum to its campaign for national healthcare reform has instead provoked a political tempest, frustrating and bewildering some of the president's most...